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in the middle of a complete meltdown. this is not a hard question at all. >> john: in rnc we saw amnesia a become an airborne virus for the fist time in history. what will voters forget. i want to see the democrats come out and say you know what, it's not why are we still blaming bush. why aren't these still doing it. i blame sylvester stallone for "rocky 5". >> al gore: the one that i think was in some ways the worst of all was in governor romney's acceptance speech when he said that as soon as barack obama was elected president republicans put away their partisanship of what americans are supposed to do join hands and help the new president. when we know that mitch mcconnell and john boehner had meetings, and mitch mcconnell said publicly that his number one priority was to defeat president obama. now we know from the reports of their strategy meetings that they made a considered decision to stop any legislation that president obama offered to try to get the country moving again. i think that fact needs to become better known as people interpret what the situation is now and how much b
and former rnc chair michael seal. how is it going. >> i'm great. how are you doing? >> i'm doing very well. you were in tampa and charlotte. compare the two a little bit for us. ho had the stronger night out of the gates. one of the things that struck me was not just the quality of the presentations on the stage from the speakers, but also some of the video montages that they put together. one on senator kennedy, one on the affordable care act, one introducing michelle obama i also thought added to the sort of emotional tenor of the night. what did you think? >> i think the energy level here is clearly different and it's excited and it's palpable in many respects. but you had some of that also at the rnc. a lot of folks are trying to play the rnc convention as sort of like people standing around at a cocktail party just tink ling their glasses. that wasn't the fact. there was police officer energy there. but it's a different kind of energy. keep in mind the folks at these conventions are the hard chargers in both parties. but i think more so than any place else, last night, it was palpable
the republican convention in tampa, including my interviews with former rnc chair, hailey barbour and kelly ayot. >>> we're back with our special look at our daily "press pass" conversations from the republican convention in tampa. up next your my interview with the former mississippi governor, hailey barbour. he clearly sees a change coming for the party. let's watch. >> i'll be 65 in october and i've been in mitt romney's party for a long time. we made the generational shift 12 years after the democrats. they dominated the caucus in 1988. we nominated george w. bush in 2000. we had world war ii veterans until 2000. and you're seeing that here. you're seeing all of these young, smart attractive articulate people who are pushing guys like me out. and i don't mean throwing me out. i mean succeeding. and chris christie. susanna martinez, ryan sandoval. ricky hailey. >> in the course of that transition, does it have real appeal in the middle of the electorate? >> the answer is clearly yes. and particularly in this election. because in the middle of the electorate, thanks to the obama administration
of voter turnout as compared to romney supporters. i've spoken with officials with the rnc, and they say this doesn't concern them. why? because typically democrats turn out for early voting in larger number than republicans. officials at the rnc tell me they're feeling incredibly confident right now when it comes to their ground game and voter outreach. they say this is going to translate into voter turnout between now and election day, so that is what in the words of one republican official allows him to stleep at night. we have a graphic of this breakdown. take a look. when you look at the numbers of 2012 compared to 2008, according to the rnc volunteers have made six times the phone calls nationwide than they had at this point in 2008. look at the swing states. virginia has made 11 times more phone calls, 12 times more door knocks than in 2008. in ohio a similar story. you see four times more phone calls than in 2008 and in colorado three times more phone calls. however, they concede that democrats have a powerful ground game as well when you look at the match-up there. in virginia d
. >> thank you? >> michelle malkin is here. but after republicanned rocked the rnc democrats returned to their old trick, disother to the facts, playing the race card. we have examples of how they are doing this. and good old joe strikes again and makes another ethnic blunder, joe biden just can't help himself. wait until you hear - hi, i'm halle berry, and as a new mom, i can tell you that childhood is a magical time. but for children with diabetes, life is not quite so carefree. the barbara davis center for childhood diabetes is fighting hard to find a cure. know the signs: irritability, excessive urination, weight loss. if you have any of these signs, please call your doctor. early detection can save your life. give to save lives and reach for the cure. call now or log on to childrensdiabetesfoundation.org. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." the democrats can't find any substance to argue about so they attack romney/ryan and then they play the race card this. week, democrats and their liberal allies in the media inspector overdrive. yahoo news was forced to can its d.c. bureau chi
. but cnn's joe johns is watching all of this live. he joins me. joe, we watched at the rnc when ann romney kicked off that first night, and it was -- really, it was such a great speech. people will say what they will about a party that they don't like. but she was a great speaker, and she had everybody wrapped. and everybody talked about her in the media the next day, which is really the key when it comes to these conventions. nobody had really heard from her before, but they have heard from michelle obama. so is the pressure higher for mrs. obama to really sort of punch through, get her message out there, and get headlines for tomorrow? >> it's true, people have been listening to michelle obama for four years now, even more than that. but actually, i've got to tell you, a lot of politicians love to say their spouses are their secret weapons. but in this case, it certainly seems to be true for the first family. because if you look at the last cnn orc poll, came out something like june, looked into this, it showed that michelle obama actually has a higher favorability rating than president
weekend. we had this window between the conventions where everyone is assessing how the rnc did and assessing what the dnc needs to do. but all eyes this morning if you pick up the "new york post" there is still this assessment coming in about how did clint eastwood's speech fare and the "new york post" called it off his rocker. >> that ain't cool. >> this was the moment that everyone was talking about probably not what the rnc had intended not certainly what romney's hand lers had expected. it was interesting. the "new york times" has a piece this morning about what they knew before clint eastwood went on the stage it turns out not much. they gave him carte blanche. they knew he was the surprise speaker and mitt romney privately invited him they did not vet his is speak the way they did all the other speakers. >> they gave him a few talking points. they gave him a time minute and flashing blinking light to tell him when to stop. he ran through the stop sign needless to say. he had 5 minutes, went about 12. one of the points lost in all of this clint eastwood did say there are a
romney got from the rnc, a squash ball sort of bounce, and seize the chance to push their numbers and members ahead. gallup say voters think the rnc speech was the worst convention speech in years. only 38% rated the speech as excellent or good, far below 1996. but let's not start digging his grave just yet. the president's approval rating is 45% and his disapproval is at 48%. ouch. here's the lineup in charlotte. castro kicks things off tuesday. he'll be joined by the first lady michelle obama and former president jimmy carter via video. wednesday, bill clinton, the president's new bff, and thursday, joe biden and president obama accept the party's nomination and speak to the future. other big speakers this week include elizabeth warren, harris, john kerry, rahm emanuel, sandra fluke. we start with steve kornacki in charlotte with an adoring crowd behind him. as much in love with steve as we are. how about that, you're a rock star, brother. >> it's not just me. it's you too. i feel like lee corso on game day with this giant crowd behind me. i need head gear to put on later or som
.a. times reported today that sproul was actually asked by the rnc to set up a shell corporation. >> jennifer: they asked him to set up the shell company in a different way. and he hired that young woman who was apparently instructed that she was to say she was hired by the county clerk's office. >> yes, and they are giving people cigarettes in exchange for registering as a republican. and these are the exact same tactics his firm was accused of in 2004 and 2006. >> jennifer: okay. mccain still hired anymore 2008. >> actually the same thing keeps playing out. in 2008 sproul changed his name to lincoln strategy group, and mccain hired him using a california affiliate. >> jennifer: here is what kills me about this lee, is the rnc cuts their ties with him. they sown totally shocked that this would happen. calling it a few bad apples and yet they have this history with him. >> it reveals the conceit by the republican party who have been hammering voter fraud. these tactics that have been accused against acorn. but here they have a firm they have been paying millio
back to the program michael steele! >> it is so nice to see you. you were the rnc chairman. >> yeah. believe it or not. >> jon: and so now the rnc gentleman is a person named a made-up name. reince priebus. >> yes, sir. that is correct. >> i saw him, i wanted to show you this. show the tape quickly of reince priebus. >> president obama has never run a company. he hasn't even run a garage sale or seen the inside of a lemonade stand. >> jon: now, i don't know if you have ever seen the movie arthur with -- >> very much. >> jon: and how was that? >> i don't know. >> jon: no love lost. now what happens when you leave do you get to enjoy the fruits of your labor at this convention? or are you persona non grata in the halls of party power. >> yes, that would be all by myself. >> jon: oh, really? .. >> no invitation. no credentials. >> that is what happens. >> jon: that is not right. how do you repair that type of relationship with a party? or are you not interested in that? >> i am not interested in that. look the bottom line is i was hired to do two things, one raise money, $198 milli
, to rebut a couple of comments, i feel like i'm at the rnc listening to paul in fiction, the square foot added to the previous project was like 100 square feet. i don't know where 1400 square feet comes from, we've added about, i don't know, 50% to that with more one floor. i don't know where that square footage comes from, thank you very much. >> okay. public portion is closed. moving to commissioner comments, commission near antonini. >> well, thank you, i'm usually very sympathetic to families trying to expand their existing space to be able to accommodate their needs, however, i think in this case, we have an extraordinary exceptional situation and i'll tell you why. i think i remember 2002 when i was first on the commission, maybe it's a different project, but i remember when i was first there, there was a project that had been proposed on and it was to go down the hill rather than to go up, i don't think it ever came before us, i think there was a compromise that was reached, that's the increase that occurred up to 2500 square feet so it's not a tiny house, it's 20 feet in width an
in their final election sprint. both men face major hurdles in their path. rnc chairman reince priebus will join us. that is coming up. more money straight ahead. ♪ ally bank. why they're always there to talk. i love you, james. don't you love me? i'm a robot. i know. i know you're a robot! but there's more in you than just circuits and wires! uhhh. (cries) a machine can't give you what a person can. that's why ally has knowledgeable people there for you, night and day. ally bank. your money needs an ally. ♪ . melissa: to quote mitt romney if last night was the party this morning it was the hangover. that is what romney's reaction was to the dismal jobs report released today. in fact the democrats came off the high of the dnc last night to a little dose of reality. while the august numbers showed the unemployment rate dropped 8.1%, the number of jobs added was only a weak 96,000. this is the worst part, actually the reason why we saw that unemployment rate drop was because the labor force participation rate sunk to 63.5%. that is the lowest rate since 1981. it means that people have given up
. see you back here soon. >> tonight on huckabee. republican criticism of the president in the rnc was not personal it was business. >> he had almost no experience work nothing a business. jobs to him are about gost. >> will it be personal or business in the democrat dn c. chris wallace joins the governor with a preview. >> and my dad used to tell us. you will be able to accomplish all of the things you couldn't. >> and college graduates shouldn't have to life out 20 childhood bedroom. >> i will be damned, we're republicans. >> the governor and his take on the best of the moments. >> and best selling author said bill clinton could steal obama's thunder. ladies and gentlemenn, governor mike huckabee. hello, everybody. thank you, thank you very much. great crowd here today in new york. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studio in new york city. having returned from the republican national convention in tampa. i have thoughts. for one thing. that magic moment with clintt eastwood. pretty spectacular really. we have tried to get president obama on this show for years and he's tu
this with thiem around. >> i agre with you. i this i for the rnc, i think it was important to put forward diverse faces just to help combat the image that this is a party that is actively hostile, to recent immigrant. but at root, this is a question of values and question of policyes. it is not just, does that person look like me, is it, do they believe what i believe and do i trust them. and an interesting poll, asking latino voters, rnc featured mark why rubio and susana martinez, did that give you a more favorable or less favorable and 60% of latinos said it had no impact. 7% said less favorable to a little bit of an impact but i think at root it is the values. >> and romney got a four point bump from latinos post convention. which i think is interesting. steve? >> i tend to agree. i think is something the republicans and will revisit after the election. i don't think there is anything they can do to change the form of hispanics right now. they illustrated it per spektly by tonight's keynote speaker. keynote spot launched political careers. mario coan cuomo, ann richards, using the keynote add
, and that is to stage a full-fledged counterconvention, if you will. as many as 50 republicans including the rnc chairman previous, and nicking haley and virginia governor all here in charlotte to "bracket the convention." democrats are going to do the same thing but had to scale back their counterconvention due to isaac and the threat to the gulf, which, of course, forced vice president biden to cancel his trip to florida. the gop pub lysle effort will focus on this, are you better off than you were four years ago? question, the web video using the president's words in 2008 against him. the rnc is ruolling out a new website called obama isn't working dotcom. and mitt romney lays low. a debate playing the president. paul rhiyan takes the question, are you bet of you off to greenville, and 50 miles from charlotte, a lot of media from there using the north carolina byline. >>> republicans aren't taking this week off. preparing for an aggressive rapid response over the next five days call it counterprogramming, starting today. where do we find my colleague ron mott? in greenville, north carolina wi
on charlotte and the democrats this week, what's the gop up to? we're going to hear from the rnc about their strategy. that's ahead. >>> good morning to you. i'm zoraida sambolin. stories right now in the newsroom, the opening bell rang just seconds ago. this morning u.s. stocks are poised for a lower open as investors sift through reports on manufacturing numbers, construction spending, and auto sales. >>> new evidence today of the growing humanitarian crisis in syria. the u.n. says more than 103,000 syrians left the country in august. almost double the number of refugees from the past 17 months combined. despite pleas from relief agencies for a cease-fire to deliver aid, fighting between rebels and regime forces has intensified. >>> and secretary of state hillary clinton arrives in beijing today trying to prevent the u.s. from being drawn into a regional conflict. china is involved in a tense standoff with japan over disputed islands in the south china sea. while clinton has said that the u.s. does not take a position on the issue, beijing blames her for adding to the tensions. >>> p
the rnc and dnc? you were there the entire time? >> we did both, yeah, yeah. . you the good the rnc and a later you were' dnc? >> it was weird. >> i would say the democrats gave us way more access and would walk up and talk to us. i kind of felt like a lot of the republicans were being carried around like they didn't want to talk to peasant comedians like us. >> did you feel like a hierarchy like the folks at dnc were standoffish to you? >> maybe. i don't want to be biased. maybe because it was very hot. i felt like when we approached, people got in their car. >> much was made about the speeches so let's get to the speeches. we had mitt romney and paul ryan made your speech. then you had -- oddly enough, not the vice president. but a former president bill clinton made your speech and then barack obama made your speech. so tell me about that. that was certainly interesting. >> i felt like bill clinton was making his last best, you know, attempt to become president all over again. >> yeah, bill clinton did a one man show. if you see, he was like talking to imaginary people. >> the sax
at the rnc. that, he says, won't help voters dealing with the struggling economy. ed henry live in sioux city, iowa. you heard new lines from the president today, i understand. he's offering this after the big speech. >> that's right. bottom line is a big crowd, 10,000 people there for the president in the des moines area. this is the third time i've been with the president in the last three weeks in iowa. ohm six electoral votes, yet he's spending an awful lot of presidential time here. the romney campaign says they think that's because he's on defense in a state he won in 2008. the polls hoe it neck and neck. the obama campaign pushed back is they say no, they're just trying to compete in every one of these battle grounds, big or small. as you noted, there were new lines from the president. they've said for days that the president did not watch the republican national convention. nevertheless, he seemed to have a lot of opinions about what played out. that's 'cause his aides say he reads it on his ipod and reads news accounts about what was head and he pushed back hard and said a lot of the
. it's been two years of attacks on women's health. but in the gop universe, none of it exists. rnc chair reince priebus compared the war on women to a war on caterpillars. speaker boehner said the war on women was manufactured and fabricated. and now fox host bill o'reilly is on the bandwagon. >> all i'm hearing this week everywhere i go is that the women -- american women, their right to choose is being threatened. don't know what that means. to choose what? i don't see any women's rights under assault at all. i don't see it. nobody's denying anybody's rights to anything. >> you don't see it? are you watching the same republicans we are? the gop platform bans abortion with no mention of exceptions in the case of rape or incest. paul ryan co-sponsored a forcible rape bill that said public funding could only be used for abortion in cases of quote, forcible rape. all told, democrats say the house gop has backed 55 votes on anti-women policies. did bill o'reilly think we wouldn't notice his efforts to ignore the record? nice try, but we got you. mid grade dark roast forest fresh full
-- did you cover the rnc and the dnc? you were there the entire time? >> we did. yeah. >> what was it like? you go to the rnc and all of a sudden a day or two later you are at the dnc? was it ultimate universes? >> i was like what's going on? it's weird. >> the democrats gave us way more access and would walk up and talk to us. i felt like the republicans were being carried around like they didn't want to talk to peasant comedians like us. >> did you feel the hierarchy and the folks were a bit more standoffish towards you really? >> maybe i don't want to be biased. it was very hot, but i felt like when we approached people got in their car. >> much was made about the speeches. let's get to the speeches. we had mitt romney obviously major speech and paul ryan made a speech. then oddly enough, not the vice president, but a former president bill clinton and then barack obama with a major speech. me about that. that was interesting. >> i felt like bill clinton was making his last best attempt to become president all over again. >> if bill clinton did a one-man show and he was talki
are not only listening to what was said at the rnc and the dnc, but also you pay attention to theed be body language. absolutely. >> what does some of it say in general? >> well, you are looking for synchronicity of what the person is saying with the words and what the gestures and the facial expressions and language say and do. and that makes a match if we believe the person is sin veer in what they are speaking. >> and we have a monitor and show some of the speeches and talk about the body language, because i want to start with jennifer granholm because she gave an interesting and exciting speech. let's take a look at that and tell me what you see in jennifer granholmp as she is out there on the stage, and what do you think? >> i absolutely love this. she is so excite and the body language that comes up above the waist like that is all about joy and victory, and so she is definitely saying over and over again, i believe we have victory that we are going to win. she is so confident in the voice which matches up and aligns with the message as well. so amazing. >> a big smile. >> and that is
on stephanie cutter and the rnc reveals new ads that spells out why four more years of obama mean disaster. ryareince priebus is here with those ads coming up on "hannity." >> sean: last sunday on a special edition of hannity's america, we exposed obama's dirty campaign tactics. >> the obama campaign has been called one of the dirtiest in american history, and to many americans the face of that campaign is stephanie cutter. >> hi. i'm stephanie cutter, the deputy campaign manager here at obama for america. i wanted to arm you with the facts. >> sean: willing to say anything to get her candidate re-elected, cutter has waged a campaign of lies and slander. cutter is at it again, this time turning her attention to women voters. >> you find most often with women, they're not really concerned about watts happened over the last -- what's happened over the last four years. they want to know what's going to happen in the next four years. >> sean: i'm glad to hear that unemployment isn't something female voters won't worry about in the next four years. joining us michelle malkin. we're going to sho
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